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Vortex Apparatus Educational Equipment Lab Equipment Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Equipment
Vortex Apparatus Educational Equipment Lab Equipment Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Equipment

Vortex Apparatus Educational Equipment Lab Equipment Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Equipment

We provide Vortex Apparatus Educational Equipment Lab Equipment Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Equipment with great production line and offer fast delivery, professional team, effiective function, friendly service, technology support.

Brand Name: Zhongcai / ODM
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MOQ: 1 Set
Lead Time: 15 ~ 30
Warranty: 1 Year
Certificate: ISO9001/ISO14001/CE
Application: Vocational Training For Electrical Trainer
Catalog: Automotive Education Equipment Catalog
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ZM9113 Vortex Apparatus Educational Equipment Lab Equipment Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Equipment
Description 
Vortex Apparatus enables students to produce both free and forced vortices, and measure the vortex water surface profile. The product consists of a transparent vessel on a support frame, which mounts on a Digital Hydraulic Bench. A low-voltage, variable-speed motor rotates the vessel about its vertical axis. A speed-control unit (included), sited away from the main apparatus, controls the speed of rotation.


To produce a forced vortex, students add water to the rotating vessel until it is about half full. A forced vortex forms. After a few minutes the vortex becomes constant, and students can measure the surface profi le using the traverse probe. The traverse probe can move both horizontally and vertically, and both axes have linear scales. Students can also measure distribution of total head by replacing the traverse probe with a Pitot tube.

To produce a free vortex, students place a smaller, perforated transparent cylinder inside the main vessel, forming an annulus. They direct the water supply from the bench into the annulus. When the vessel rotates, water passes through the perforations and spirals slowly inwards to a small hole in the centre of the base of the vessel. The surface falls rapidly towards the centre and produces an air core. Students measure the surface profi le using the traverse probe.
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